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Find out how the CLF is engaged in positive food systems change.

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Food Systems & Climate Change, Diet, Health & Planetary Boundaries

Energy and Soil: Q&A with Francis Thicke

How can farms become more resilient? Self-sufficient? Energy-efficient?

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Diet, Health & Planetary Boundaries

New Survey Shows Meatless Monday Makes Room for More Veggies

The survey found that 59 percent of respondents have cut back on their meat intake in the past year.

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Food Equity

“Project Corner Store:” Youth Make Muscle Broccoli

Working with students from MICA, the Club’s youth researched healthy foods, learned about food deserts and visited nearby corner stores and markets.

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Food Equity, Food Policy & Governance

Policy expert Mark Winne has watched food movement grow up

There has been an explosive growth in food policy councils in the US.

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Food Systems & Climate Change, Diet, Health & Planetary Boundaries

Book aims to fast-track transition to sustainable world

Our CLF contribution was in the area of sustainable agriculture

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Food Policy & Governance

Feeding the World, or What We Talk About When We Talk About Rio+20

A transition to lower-meat diets would free up a lot of cropland for fruits, vegetables, and grains, which will be the key to feeding 9 billion on a crowded planet.

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Seafood & the Food System

Grocery Store Shrimp Contains Drug Resistant Bacteria

Imported shrimp are the most common seafood product to contain antibiotic residues, and testing of imported seafood is inadequate.

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Food Policy & Governance, Diet, Health & Planetary Boundaries

Senators, let’s tie “soil insurance” to crop insurance

The current version of the bill has an important gap in conservation requirements.

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Food Equity, Food Policy & Governance, Diet, Health & Planetary Boundaries

Food Deserts Are Complex and Real

Working with the Baltimore Food Policy Initiative, my colleagues and I have re-defined what constitutes a food desert in Baltimore.

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Food Equity

A Winona LaDuke Reader

An environmentalist, farmer, activist, writer, and advocate for native communities, LaDuke is a force to be reckoned with.

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